Island of Hope, Island of Tears

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Barnes & Noble Publishing, 2000 - Immigrants - 307 pages
A story of those who entered the new world through Ellis Island in their own words.
 

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This is an excellent resource for anyone researching their family history. It gave me a deeper appreciation for what my grandparents and great-grandparents went through to give me the gift of a better ... Read full review

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This is an excellent book describing the history of the immgration station at Ellis Island. By the way if you get a chance to do it go on the Federal Parks and Recreatin harbour cruise, it gets you ... Read full review

Contents

THE GOLDEN LAND
1
MEET YOU IN AMERICA
17
THE SHADOW OF WAR
63
VOYAGE TO THE GOLDEN DOOR
103
THE ISLAND OF HOPE AND TEARS
147
INTO THE NEW WORLD
237
REFLECTIONS ON THE OLD WORLD
279
Epilogue
295
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